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Wearing the Right Bridal Shoes In Your Wedding
There are shoes that are made for walking in the park and there are shoes intended to highlight an awe-inspiring outfit when you're attending a gala night of high fashion. Weddings are no different to occasions that call for appropriate shoes. Of course, the bridal shoes you choose deserves a meticulous decision-making process because you know this will eternally be captured in your lifetime memory courtesy of the wedding pictures that will be taken by your designated photographer. Bridal shoes aren't called as such if it deprives the one wearing it the comfort and relief that your weary soles will surely experience in this stressful event. If you see a bride unconsciously gritting her teeth as she smiles after the clicking of cameras, it must be her bridal shoes that evoked her pained look because she might already be developing humongous blisters at the back of her feet.
Aside from walking down the aisle in her immaculately white gown on her way to the altar, the bride has to undergo more legwork than a walkathon racer in an Olympic event. In the reception alone, you do not expect the bride to be sitting pretty behind the presidential table because she has to prance around like a horse to attend all the wedding guests who graciously shared their presence with her. In this case, her bridal shoes should not only match the fabulous gown she's wearing but it should also bestow her enough support to successfully survive her wedding without her toes wailing red in pain. Here are some helpful tips in choosing the right bridal shoes for the bride:
1) Shoes that Fit. Checking the right shoe size is a foremost aspect in choosing for bridal shoes. If it is too big, there are chances that the bride might even lose one of her shoes because it can be to loose for her foot to hold. If it is too tight, she would likely borrow her groom's Zippos to burn her bridal shoes because of the excruciating pain she'll experience in having tight shoes.
2) Down on the Heels. Three-inch white high heels are not meant for the bride who will not do a strutting along a runway. If the wedding gown is long enough, the bridal shoes can be as low as an inch to give more mobility for the bride during her wedding and reception.
3) Comfort Tops Them All. Having exquisitely designed bridal shoes is a good thing but if it's not comfortable enough then settling for a plain white shoes that are easier on the feet would be better. A good tip here is to feel the inner back side of the heels to see if it has rough edges that might pop blisters in your feet. It will also be helpful to have a rehearsal with your bridal shoes on for an hour to see if it can give its user the outright comfort needed for the occasion.
On your end, you should be conscious about the bridal shoes you should be wearing because wearing comfortable footwear will give you the pleasant temperament for the whole duration of your wedding. You definitely would not want to walk with a limp during your honeymoon. In this case, you should never neglect your feet on your wedding day and you should choose the right kind of bridal shoes that you know would bring about good memories about your wedding day.
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